BuRec to seek bids for surveys in three states

The Bureau of Reclamation’s Pacific Northwest Regional Office plans to solicit proposals for surveying services in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Proposals are expected to be due April 13.

BuRec said it intends to award one or more indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts for each of the three states. Contractors will provide help with surveys on an intermittent, as-needed basis in support of BuRec efforts to improve salmon and steelhead habitat, and in support of other BuRec activities.

A pre-solicitation notice states services could be sought on a short turn-around basis. Services typically will be required at river or stream diversion structures and related facilities, such as dams, weirs, canals, and fish screens.

The government estimates it will require one to 20 surveys for each of the three states each year. Bidders can propose a single state, more than one state, or portions of multiple states. Each contract will be issued as a one-year contract with an option for four one-year extensions. Only firms with registered professional surveyors licensed in the states where work will be conducted will be considered.

Proposals are expected to be due April 13 to the Pacific Northwest Regional Office, Attn: PN-3715 Contracting Officer, Bureau of Reclamation, 1150 N. Curtis Road, Boise, ID 83706-1234. Solicitation No. 07SP101654 must appear on the package. The pre-solicitation notice is on the Federal Business Opportunities Internet site,: www.fbo.gov. Search for the solicitation number to find the notice. For information, contact Joe Pratt (1) 208-378-5139; E-mail: jpratt@pn.usbr.gov.

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